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Also available on PS3 and on PS Vita. PS3 version has a bonus Music Blu-ray OST disc. PS Vita splits the two games from each other and doesn't include the bonus Music Blu-ray OST disc on the PS3 but offers us good portability. Supports cross-play (you can transfer saves between the PS3, PS Vita and PS4 versions) but not cross-buy. Both PS3 and PS Vita versions have downgraded graphics and no option to play with the PS2 soundtrack.
 
Also available on PS3 and on PS Vita. PS3 version has a bonus Music Blu-ray OST disc. PS Vita splits the two games from each other and doesn't include the bonus Music Blu-ray OST disc on the PS3 but offers us good portability. Supports cross-play (you can transfer saves between the PS3, PS Vita and PS4 versions) but not cross-buy. Both PS3 and PS Vita versions have downgraded graphics and no option to play with the PS2 soundtrack.
 
Every console version only includes the english voices.
 
 
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|Fight colorful characters with other colorful characters in lovely 3D-as-2D art design levels. Extremely technical gameplay is complemented by extremely thorough tutorials that explain the systems about as well as possible. Guilty Gear is famous for the "Roman Cancel" system, which interrupts your actions for a cost to allow for combos beyond the scope of what the game normally allows, and Xrd features changes to make it more intuitive than it was in XX. The comprehensive fighting package is complemented by a visual novel-esque story mode with literally zero gameplay, but the story is surprisingly good if hard to follow at times. Revelator's story mode is a direct continuation of the story from -SIGN-. If you want to play the complete story you'll need to get both versions. Xrd -SIGN- has now been followed up by Xrd Revelator and Xrd Rev2, which feature more characters, content, and balance changes.
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|Fight colorful characters with other colorful characters in lovely 3D-as-2D art design levels. Extremely technical gameplay is complemented by extremely thorough tutorials that explain the systems about as well as possible. Guilty Gear is famous for the "Roman Cancel" system, which interrupts your actions for a cost to allow for combos beyond the scope of what the game normally allows, and Xrd features changes to make it more intuitive than it was in XX. The comprehensive fighting package is complemented by a visual novel-esque story mode with literally zero gameplay, but the story is surprisingly good if hard to follow at times. Xrd -SIGN- has now been followed up by Xrd Revelator and Xrd Rev2, which feature more characters, content, and balance changes.
 
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